The rise of the Muslim Brotherhood and what it means for Jews

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The rise of the Muslim Brotherhood and what it means for Jews

17 April 2013 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Wednesday 17 April – 8pm

Steven Merley began his investigative journey into the Global Muslim Brotherhood on September 11, 2001. His work on an infamous Islamic bank that the U.S. government claimed was funding Al Qaeda has led him to map out a shadowy organization with a global reach, a support structure in Europe and the US. The Brotherhood in Turkey played a key role in the May 2010 Gaza flotilla. Now the Muslim Brotherhood is on the rise in the Arab world. There is even a Muslim Brotherhood president, Muhammad Morsi (pictured). What has the West done right and wrong with respect to the Muslim Brotherhood and what are the implications for the Jewish community worldwide?Steven Merley is an Investigator and Intelligence Specialist based in Germany specializing in political extremism. He is the author of numerous public and private investigative reports on the Muslim Brotherhood. His contributions are read widely in the U.S. government, including the FBI, Justice Department, and numerous military agencies.

Venue: The Montagu Centre, 21 Maple St, W1T 4BE (nearest tube: Warren St). Ticket: £10.Book Now: online or phone Spiro Ark 0207 289 6321, or Harif 07506033848 –,


17 April 2013
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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